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When people ask me what I do, this is what I tell them, “I help people who need my help. I protect those who can’t protect themselves. I help preserves families.”
I tell those that feel unwanted, “You know what? You are wanted.” Because I want them to be loved like my children and parents are loved.
I lend my courage to people who need it.
Sometimes I walk into the most painful moments of a person’s or family’s life and help them find a way through it. I see myself as a bridge between where a person or family is and where they wish they were. And the ones who say, “Hey, I need help here!” are the ones I end up admiring the most. They are my heroes.
People always ask me how I do what I do; I do it to see a smile from someone who hasn’t had much to smile about. But mostly, I do it because I know it’s what I am supposed to be doing with my life. I can’t see myself doing anything else.
I really want there to be a day when what I do is not needed. But until that day comes I’ll be here, every day—not matter what time, ready to help.
And I know over a thousand other people who feel the same way.